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Association between phosphoglucomutase (PGM1) and group-specific component (Gc) subtypes and tuberculosis.
  1. S S Papiha,
  2. S S Agarwal,
  3. I White


    The polymorphism of PGM1 and Gc was studied by isoelectric focusing in pulmonary tuberculosis patients and controls. For the Gc system, the phenotypic frequencies did not differ significantly, but the PGM1 system showed a significant difference in the tuberculosis patients compared to controls. The data presented here show the potential of newly developed techniques to distinguish subjects with susceptibility to disease.

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